Filter Results By:

Products

Applications

Manufacturers

Sensors

detect a physical event then translate to a representative analog signal.

See Also: Measurement, Detectors, Meters, Transducers


Showing recent results 196 - 210 of 2291 products found.

  • Infrared Sensors

    thermoMETER CTlaser - Micro-Epsilon Group

    The thermoMETER CTlaser temperature sensors are used in industry for precision measurement tasks. Both the laser beams mark the actual measuring spot for any distance. Faulty measurements due to imprecise adjustment are thus avoided. Temperature ranges from -40 C to +1800 C.

  • Multi-Axis Sensors

    Interface Inc.

    Multi Axis Load Cell are designed and manufactured by Interface to measure a multiple of forces and/or moments simultaneously with a single load cell sensor. These sensors provide multiple bridges that precisely measure the applied force from one direction with little or no cross-talk from the other forces or moments - when installed and used according to specifications.

  • mmWave Sensors

    Texas Instruments

    The world’s most precise millimeter wave sensor available today on a single chip. The world’s most precise millimeter wave sensor available today on a single chip. TI’s CMOS single-chip sensors integrate an RF front-end with a DSP and MCU.

  • Luminescence Sensors

    DK50-UV - Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH

    DK50-UV luminescence sensors detect marks that blend into a background or are invisible, even on irregular backgrounds, and deliver a sensing range of 600 mm. A light spot with a small focal point allows the user to detect small parts and invisible marking down to 2.2-mm-diameter targets.

  • Fiber Sensors

    Panasonic Electric Works Corporation

    Panasonic fiber optic sensors and sensor heads allow for stable detection in any application, even for use in hazardous environments. With over 180 fiber optic sensor heads to choose from., you are covered from every angle, whether you need long distance, a high-temperature rating, or if you are short on mounting space.

  • Temperature Sensors

    Panasonic Electric Works Corporation

    Panasonic’s  Thermistor Temperature Sensors are used as a temperature detector for temperature control or temperature indication of heating parts for automobiles and industrial equipment. Due to its sealed construction and high vibration resistance, it has high precision in temperature detection. Various types are available in accordance with application.

  • Position Sensors

    Contacting Linear Motion - Bourns

    A spin-off of the Trimpot® trimming potentiometer product line, the contacting linear motion position sensor was developed to meet the needs of designers wishing to detect movement of position. Applications for these compact components include: Solenoid positioning sensors for automated controllers, volume control on audio equipment, joystick controllers, satellite dish positioning, and robotics.

  • Power Sensors

    KRYTAR, Inc.

    KRYTAR's Power Sensors simplify your measurement equipment requirement when used in conjunction with KRYTAR's Model 9000B Power Meter for accurate and repeatable power measurements. The 9000B power meter with a 9500A Series power sensor offers the user exceptional measurement speed and accuracy at an affordable price.

  • Special Sensors

    Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG

    Under this heading are sensor solutions that must perform special detection tasks or which were developed for specific applications. Here you will find contrast and luminescence scanners as well as color sensors and systems for monitoring double sheets and splices as well as for overlap detection.

  • Light-Band Sensors

    STM Sensors, Inc.

    These sensors generate over their complete width a homogenous light-band with uniform sensitivity for optical detection. Possible fields of application range from analog web guiding over non-contact limit switches up to dynamic counting windows or ejection controls.

  • MINX Sensors

    MINX0003 - ExpressSense

    ExpressSense introduces the MINX sensor suite, a plug-and-play sensor solution, featuring five built in sensors, delivering automatically-generated process control charts as a web page, viewable from any network connected device. User configured triggers enable email or text alerts to inform user when specific conditions are detected, or MINX can automatically control another device or machine. MINX can be installed and setup in as little as 10 minutes. MINX includes all hardware and software, plus no subscriptions are needed and all the data is kept locally on the unit for maximum security and value!MINX Sensors: Ambient Temperature & Humidity; Optical distance or count optical events; Measure shock/vibration/acceleration amplitude or count events; Remote Temperature via thermocouple; Measure user supplied external analog sensor (0-5V or 0-20mA), either amplitude or record events .

  • Application Sensors

    M.D. Micro Detectors SpA

    MD Micro Detectors is a company specialized in creating custom solutions in the field of sensors, able to satisfy the needs of our customers. We offer our service to support your technical staff. The MD Micro Detectors, the MDD, is able to propose solutions with that speed, competence and quality that distinguish us. Through this page you will be able to understand our potential, in order to be able to create the best solution for your needs. We will be pleased to provide you with a brief description of what is required. We will contact you as soon as possible.

  • Semiconductor Sensors

    CyberOptics Corporation

    Whether it’s for leveling, vibration, relative humidity, airborne particle sensing, teaching, or gapping, CyberOptics WaferSense and ReticleSense sensors for Semiconductor fabs and equipment OEMs are the world’s most efficient and effective wireless measurement devices. CEO, Dr. Subodh Kulkarni provides a view into the use of CyberOptics’ Multiple Reflection Suppression (MRS) technology in back-end and front-end semiconductor.

  • Speed Sensors

    Series 18 - Electro-Sensors, Inc.

    Features • Square-wave pulse frequency output • NPN or PNP output options • Single channel or bi-directional options • 5-24 VDC powered • Hall Effect or Magnetoresistive sensing options • Standard and wide temperature options • Rugged M18x1 stainless steel sensor housing (all models) • Four housing options • All sensors are epoxy filled and sealed against liquids and dusts • Works with Electro-Sensors magnetic pulser discs/wraps

  • Speed Sensors

    McLAREN Applied Technologies

    DHE (Differential Hall Effect) sensors give an output when subjected to a changing magnetic field. The field is set up by a magnet inside the sensor body and changes when ferromagnetic teeth are passed beneath the sensor (no magnets are required in the target). To improve noise resistance, the sensor has two Hall effect elements and only responds to changes in magnetic field strength corresponding to tooth passing frequencies above 15Hz. As each tooth passes the sensor, the digital state of the output changes.